Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad Garibaldi 2011 Train Rides

Join RailsNW and the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad as the one and only Oregon Coast Crawler takes you on a memorable 5 hour journey of exploration and beautiful Oregon scenery. Originating out of Garibaldi, take a leisurely trip up the Oregon Coast affording fantastic panoramic views of both Tillamook and Nehalem Bays.   This vintage scenic train ride stops for a waterside picnic lunch and free time at Wheeler as well as an afternoon snack and stopover in Rockaway Beach. The train will be pulled by either the 100-year old Curtiss Lumber #2 Heisler, a geared logging engine, or the recently acquired  Mccloud #25, which is an Alco 2-6-2. Your Oregon scenic train ride will include  an open car  in the consist to enjoy the fresh air and unparalleled views.

A minimum of three photo runbys have been scheduled and more will be added if time permits. A lunch made with local ingredients will be served at Wheeler picnic-style in the park, and a Tillamook County historian accompanies our trip for onboard commentary. The October 1st trip will be a celebration of the centennial of the completion of PR&N’s rail line connecting Tillamook County to Portland. Whether a railfan, a photographer, or simply someone who enjoys a relaxing day on the Oregon Coast, the Crawler is sure to please.

As this trip is limited to less than 100 passengers, we highly recommend making your reservations ASAP. Feel free to call us at 503-292-5055 if you have any questions. Click here for online reservations: http://www.railsnw.com/tours/charter/garibaldi_steam/garibaldi_steam.htm

Dates: July 23rd and October 1st, 2011
Time: 10am-3:30pm
Cost: $98 per person

Additional Information
No Strollers
Directions
From Portland, Oregon take Highway 26 west to the interchange with Highway 6 at Banks. Follow Highway 6 over the coast range mountains approximately 50 miles to Tillamook. At Tillamook turn right on to Highway 101 and head north to Garibaldi. In Garibaldi turn left on third street, follow the signs
Contact Information
RailsNW, www.railsnw.com, 1-800-717=0108

National Railroad News: Locomotive may help with July 4th

It could be mid-July before a 1925 American Locomotive featured in the move “Stand By Me” is pulling passenger train cars for the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad between Garibaldi and Rockaway Beach.

Publish Date: 06/04/2011 8:07

http://railroadnews.blogspot.com/2011/06/locomotive-may-help-with-july-4th.html

The Oregon Coast has Steam-Powered Tourism – RailsNW: Train Blog

The steam engine will be key in the nonprofit railroad’s expansion plans. The Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad operates seasonal excursions between Garibaldi and Rockaway Beach and hopes to expand the runs to Tillamook in

Publish Date: 04/14/2011 13:39

http://www.railsnw.com/blog/index.php/2011/04/14/the-oregon-coast-has-steam-powered-tourism/

North Oregon Coast in June: Events from Astoria to Pacific City

Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad Fireworks Excursion. Ride behind a vintage locomotive to Rockaway Beach to watch a memorable fireworks display. 8:30 p.m. Garibaldi, Oregon. www.ocsr.net/fireworks.html.

Publish Date: 05/10/2011 22:40

http://www.beachconnection.net/news/junenorth051011_547.php

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One Response to Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad Garibaldi 2011 Train Rides

  1. crystal Lambert says:

    Wanting to know information

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